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Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 20 (Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files) by [John Wagner, Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, John Smith, Alan McKenzie, Gordon Rennie, Mick Austin, Clint Langley, Ian Gibson, John Higgins, Dermot Power, Nick Pervical, Paul Peart, Jim Vickers, Greg Staples]

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00M1RFZ32
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ 2000 AD Graphic Novels (September 16, 2013)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ September 16, 2013
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 154845 KB
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 324 pages
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Oh dear - if the Ennis era chronicled since Case Files Volume 14 had its bumpy patches, readers at the time were unaware for the post Tharg brainwave of 1993 where Grant Morrison, of ‘Zenith’ fame was paired with young writer Mark Millar to launch the ‘Summer offensive’ - a period of the overall comic which is viewed as its most infamous and one which has dated badly. Sadly Judge Dredd, as the flagship character was far from immune from their stewardship. All trace of nuance and humour is drained and some of the tales really do beggar belief. ‘Book of the Dead’ is actually quite well illustrated by Dermot Power but the script is a ragtag collection of cliches around Egypt.

Similarly later in the volume we see Dredd heading off to the Pan Andes Conurbation in South America in ‘Sugar Beat’ which adopts a similar stereotyped approach. Don’t get me wrong - John Wagner and indeed Ennis were guilty of this as well but it was less egregious. As for Sugar Beat, the great Ron Smith also illustrates it superbly but the story doesn’t merit the artwork. Another false note for the Millar/ Morrison tenure was the failure to account for (or even pay lip service to) continuity. Frankenstein Division is a ridiculous tale which squanders the art of Carlos Ezquerra. Indeed of the 2000AD tales only one, ‘The Manchu Candidate’ rises above mediocrity making this arguably the weakest 2000AD volume to date.

Fortunately the Megazine entries do contain one standout story ‘Bury my knee at Wounded Heart’ and the pretty good ‘Giant’ both by John Wagner. However, I’m not entirely convinced by the remaining Megazine stories and found the last one ‘Howler’ probably one of the worst illustrated and scripted Judge Dredd stories yet. A truly bizarre tale of an Alien that screams people to death, I’d also assess that the brilliant Mick McMahon chose a curious experimental style which was very much ‘of the time’ but has dated badly. So to assess Volume 20 overall, with a sole standout tale and probably more than 50% of the stories below average to poor this very much marks the nadir of the collection to date. One for completists only and certainly if you have ‘Bury my knee’ elsewhere and aren’t going for the entire collection you can skip this. 2 stars only and the weakest volume I have read….
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